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MSNBC
Aug 9, 2009 7:30am EDT
of trying to beat the pirates, why not use them to the company's advantage? >> i would say eight ounces in weight for $10 a piece. >> the nasdaq marketing team put together a campaign. >> one, two, three, go! >> they used a social networking site twitter to send out messages to more than 1,000 followers to give out clues to help people find real bags where they could expect to find cheap copies. how many people will show up and how fast? >> there's the likelihood within ten to tiff fine minutes they could be sold out. >> he was right. it took less time than that. >> i probably have 10 to 12 friend following on your twitter. >> the campaign was not a money-maker. they sold the bags at $10. they considered cool enough to be copied by a pirate elevated the brand. >> you are walking along and seeing, okay, here's the armani and the chenel. and then who is rachel mesnik? >>> across the country, a video game entrepreneur also found a way to nix the pirates. >> we put up a sign that said pirates we are your friends. i would do that because whereas everybody else in the industry is shunn
FOX News
Aug 9, 2009 12:00pm EDT
you a great day. thank you for joining us. >> eric: take care. >> shannon: this is a fox news alert. crash above the hudson. photographs, exclusive to fox news, show the tragic moment when a single engine airplane collided with a tour helicopter sending them both plummeting to the hudson river below. nine people are feared dead. ongoing investigation continues to unveil brand new information about just what happened. good afternoon from washington. i'm shannon bream. we continue to follow the news from new york where the airplane went down 24 hours ago. laura ingle on the jersey side of the hudson river. what can you tell us about the latest efforts there? >> we have watched the divers all morning long and i learned family members of the helicopter pilot are across the river in new york city at the medical examiner's office. they have the grim task of identifying their loved one. other family members of the other victims have been there as well and we understand that the italian tourists, family members of the italian tourist at the medical examiner's office last night as well. five
CNN
Aug 9, 2009 4:00pm EDT
worst may be behind us. though we lost 247,000 jobs in july, that was nearly 200,000 fewer jobs lost than in june. >> he says the worst is behind us. is it? the jobs report capped a week of mixed economic messages including revving car sales and the sinking value of your home. >> reporter: the upbeat jobs report is little xofrt to greg thompson who feels fortunate the unemployment benefits he collects at the one stop career center in washington, d.c. were recently extended. >> for me, i'm glad it is. but there's no job. >> almost half of u.s. homeowners, that's 25 million homes, will be under water by 2011. home prices, according to this report, will fall another 14%. >> reporter: major automakers reporting a boost in sales, thanks to the government's cash for clunkers program. consumers giving thanks too. >> all right, those messages all week long. this hour we compare your thoughts about the nation's economy. how does it match up with the latest indicators of the housing, auto and job markets? and what about the white house's message? we have been hearing from you all weekend long
CW
Aug 9, 2009 6:30am EDT
. she had to use a pistol to move these people. >> you have some young people, in fact, who feel they get status by going to prison. they get status by shooting someone. they get status by exploiting women and seeing them as sexual objects. flip-flop the values. &engage in a lot of self-destructive behavior. >> you can stand and argue with me all you want about who unck i am, therefore, you're not going to pay attention to me. but i'm telling you where the road -- the bridge is out, the road is out and where there are problems. and guess what, you know it. somebody's got to yell in your face. get up and move. >> the economic's passion was evident during a break in taping. he told of a story that he said showed the misguided notion of what black america should really focus on. >> let me tell you something, in the morgue, they don't put in the newspaper who died of an od unless it's a famous person. but trust me, there are more dead people in the morgue because of bad drugs that don't go into the newspapers that some black drug dealer sold to the druggee. >> if the ku klux klan was
FOX News
Aug 8, 2009 11:30pm EDT
. social security is broke. and you want us to believe that a government that can't even run a cash for clockers program is going to run on the seventh of our u.s. economy? no sir. no. spirit seems from town hall meetings around the country including that last one where health and human services secretary kathleen city leaders and senator arlen specter of careful about health care reform in philadelphia. fashion statements like the ones you've heard of it to a fierce reaction from the liberal media. take a look america story on the countdown the astroturf of healthcare reform and desperate bid to defeat it. remarkable new video tonight of fake grassroots protesters working from scripts disrupting town hall meeting some democratic lawmakers do not assist on cable tv. then there's this from the new york times. >> the message from the mainstream media seems to be that these things are fake. their so-called astroturf. they're not willing to give credence to the idea that these might be broke people with real emotions. >> john ritter got from peter stood up beside us the highest for my patri
FOX News
Aug 9, 2009 10:00am EDT
you, join us in the after the show show, foxandfriends.com. >> alisyn: thanks for joining us, we'll see you back here, saturday this morning, 7:00 a.m. and if the wind takes us away first. >> dave: all but the fannie pack! >> jamie: a fox news alert, new reaction from new york city mayor michael bloomberg on the deadly mid-air collision between a sight-seeing helicopter and a small plane over the hudson. we have live pictures coming back from the hudson river as the police search for the victims. nine people believed dead including a child. and mayor michael bloomberg speaking just a short time ago, saying, investigators will be looking at whether this was simply an accident, or a tragic wake-up call for federal aviation regulators. >> transportation safety board will do a complete investigation, figure out what happened, and see whether measures should be taken. that in the end will be up to the faa, and they are the ones that set these rules as to where you can fly. these are heavily used corridors and helicopter are very important to the city and used all the time. and for commer
FOX
Aug 8, 2009 11:00pm EDT
one-fth of the soum w brings us back to where we started. the burrito we arded at the beginning the story weighs in at 955 calories. that is the equivalent of eating 37 hershey's kisses. as our chef and chipotle point out, you don't have to order the burrito tt way. the statement says "because our customers decide what goes into the individual order, we can meet any set of diet terry preferences or resictions. so if you have to have beef, you can order three hard tacos with steak, pinto beans, sour cream and lettuce for a moderate total of 610 calories. even those who know what to order have a tough time resisting temptation. >> i love chocolate. depends on the day. >> representatives for dairy queen and chipotle point out they have a variety of menu options. >>> the news is far from over. the new as 11:00 starts right now. captions by: caption colorado, llc (800) 775-7838 e- mail: >>> rate off the top, the hudson river, the scene of another terrifying accident. this time, no miracle. the photo showing a small plane and helicopter colliding. nine people are feared dead. tonight, inv
CSPAN
Aug 9, 2009 5:00pm EDT
reading sound less boring and the issue is so few of us have the time in the day to piece this together succinctly and brilliantly and watching ryan talk about something as boring as government policy but how it represented something on a map, a shift how drugs move from this country and with the related to in terms of what we need and what we hughes, we desire and how we try to get it is a truly brilliant thing. it does change the way you view the country and the geography and how we deal with people. so this is an honor to mind. it's an important book and necessary. "this is your country on drugs" is something everybody can read so there's not a reason to try not to read it and without further ado, join me in welcoming ryan grim. [applause] -- before, thanks, alex, that was kind. and thank you to ever believe it came to light. i appreciate this. this book gets complex at times the start of a very simply about eight years ago i realized i hadn't seen lsd and probably three years. i started looking for it. i started asking friends who go to fish shows or burning man or rainbow
CNBC
Aug 9, 2009 7:30pm EDT
employment report just out. what it means, what it tells us about the economy and what is next. >>> she is one of the most powerful women in business in the world. we'll talk with pepsi's indra nooyi to find out where the fizz is in her biz. >>> and he wrote "the pursuit of happyness." how chris gardner's amazing story continues with advice on how to use your passion to find success. the "wall street journal report" begins right now. >> this is america's number one financial news program. "the wall street journal report." now, maria bartiromo. >>> now here's bob pisani with a look at some of the stories in the headlines this week. >> here's a look at what's making news as we enter a new week on wall street. for the first time since april of 2008, the unemployment rate actually fell. the jobs report for july was released on friday and it showed the economy lost 247,000 jobs, better than what many economists had expected. the unemployment rate dropped to 9.4%. the better than expected report is a strong signal the recession is ending. the market started august off on a bang. on m
CNN
Aug 9, 2009 5:00pm EDT
americans both at home and abroad, and still a woman of formidable talent and drive. can she use all that to carve out a role and what distinctive mark does she want to leave in her position as secretary of state? what is her vision for the world? these are some of the questions i asked her in nairobi, kenya. let's get started. >> madam secretary, thank you for taking time out of this very hectic schedule to spend with us. >> thank you fareed. thank you for coming to nairobi for this opportunity. >> it is my pleasure. north korea, tell us a little bit more about it. so president clinton comes back, he spends three hours talking to the leader of north korea, kim jong-il what was his impression? >> we're going to get a full debriefing which we really haven't had a chance to get. >> you haven't had the chance to speak to him? >> i did. i spoke to him on the phone, but i have this policy that i never talk about what i talk to my husband about, fareed. obviously what we're hoping is that maybe without it being part of the mission in any way, the fact that this was done will perhaps lead the no
NBC
Aug 9, 2009 2:30am EDT
winery in western sonoma county, thank you for joining us, we hope you enjoyed your stay in wine country and we'll see you again next time. for more information about today's show, log onto our website inwinecountry.com >>> hi, everybodying welcome to "the wall street journal report." i'm maria bartiromo. it's all about jobs. the key employment report just out. what it means, what it tells us about the economy and what is next. >>> she is one of the most powerful women in business in the world. we'll talk with pepsi to find out where the fizz is in her biz. >>> chris gardner's amazing story. from the homeless shelter to wall street continues. with advice on how to use your passion to find success. "the wall street journal report" begins right now. >> this is america's number one financial news program. "the wall street journal report." now, maria bartiromo. >> now here's a look at some of the stories in the headlines this week. >> here's a look at what's making news as we enter a new week on wall street. for the first time since april of 2008, the unemployment rate actually fell.
NBC
Aug 8, 2009 11:00pm EDT
helicopter wreckage. >> they're using sonar to locate the airplane. >> reporter: the victims, a pilot and five italian tourists onboard the tour helicopter. on the plane, the pilot and two passengers, including a child. soon after the crash, officials say it was clear no one could have survived. >> this has changed from a rescue to a recovery mission. >> reporter: it was a clear day with flying conditions nearly ideal. investigators say the helicopter, owned by liberty tours, took off from the manhattan heliport. the small plane departed teeth boro airport in new jersey. witnesses say it appeared the plane clipped the hecopter's tail. >> i seen debris come flying down. >> went right in and there was a splash and it was completely submerged and there was nothing else. >> reporter: the ntsb says the pilot of another liberty helicopter refueling at the heliport tried to warn his colleague. he radioed the accident helicopter and told him one lima hotel. you have a fixed wing behind you. there was no response from the pil pilot. >> reporter: the planes were flying below 1,000 feet and pilots a
PBS
Aug 9, 2009 6:30am EDT
joining us. roman catholics this week expanded their majority on the u.s. supreme court. before leaving on its august recess, the senate confirmed sonia sotomayor as the newest supreme court justice. she's the first hispanic to serve on the high court. her confirmation means that six of the nine justices are catholic. there are also two jewish justices and one protestant. also this week, the senate confirmed miguel diaz as the ninth u.s. ambassador to the vatican. the cuban-born diaz is the first hispanic and the first theologian to hold that post. diaz and his family will be moving to rome soon. he says he is anxious to present his credentials to his fellow theologian, pope benedict the sixteenth. two episcopal dioceses have included openly gay priests on their slates of potential new bishops. in the diocese of los angeles, a gay priest and a lesbian priest are among the six candidates to become an assistant bishop. and in the diocese of minnesota, one of the three candidates for bishop is a lesbian. elections will take place in the coming weeks. the moves come after delegates
CBS
Aug 9, 2009 8:30am EDT
the home of former school board president. >> reporter: these incidents have drawn us much closer together. >> reporter: december 10th meeting was a love fest compared to what happened following the fire that destroyed this apartment building on adamsville road 40 days earlier. >> it took four attempts to get the right combination of hose and fire hydrants. >> reporter: after weeks of public finger pointing, they sat side by side generally agreeing they had a handle on the problem with a memorandum of energy to check hydrants and water flow. >> so there is adequate fire flow. >> reporter: he presented findings saying there was one occupied portion of the city with serious water flow problems. >> to improve maintenance and standards. >> reporter: the fire department never presented nor a discussion about a report that it paid for. it said the condition of the tr highly quesonem asfrtituuc s leb the ly questionable due to agd $pa0012id ,0 tyto paid $,0 former fire chief jay gordon rattily for the report. information that 9news now was aware of in 2007 and has again verified with sou
FOX
Aug 8, 2009 10:00pm EDT
ground tried to use his radio to warn the plane and helicopter moments before the impact, but it's unclear if the pilots received that warning. >>> more details now on the top story. the areas of the crash is one of the busiest airspaces in the nation. smaller aircraft in that area are not controlled by air traffic controllers. instead, they use a special radio frequency, informing other pilotsn the area about takeoff times and flight routes. this is a still-developing story. we'll have breaking information as soon as it comes in, plus new reaction on the news edge at 11:00. >>> closer to home, investigators are looking into what caused a plane to crash in maryland killing two people. this one happened in a cornfielnear tnytown wn air t bird with the engine and propeller located in the back. the victims' names have not been released. investigators say the man flying the plane was an experienced pilot. >>> all right. the fox five storm force is working hard on our other big story tonight. a summer scorcher is not too bad out this right now, but just wait. tomorrow's temperatures cou
CBS
Aug 9, 2009 7:00pm EDT
". announcer: what if we could use the sun... - ( ac blowing ) - ...to help keep us cool? ( women vocalizing ) solar-powered ventilation... to help cool you, available on the third-generation prius. it's harmony between man, nature and machine. everyone's nervous going back to school. ♪ a hallmark card. it's the biggest little thing you can do. >> kroft: for american corporations the rewards of doing business abroad are enormous, but so are the risks. and over the past 25 years, no place has been more perilous than colombia, a country that is just beginning to emerge from the throes of civil war and narco-terrorism. chiquita brands international, of cincinnati, ohio, found out the hard way. it made millions growing bananas there, only to emerge with its reputation splattered in blood, after acknowledging that it had paid nearly $2 million in protection money to a murderous paramilitary group that's killed or massacred thousands of people. as we reported last year, the victim's families are now suing chiquita in an american court, and investigators in bogota and on capitol hill a
CNN
Aug 9, 2009 3:00pm EDT
larger picture here is that this recession is ending right under us right now probably. >> absolutely. the information we're seeing this week on jobs is completely consistent. it's confirming that. back in april looking at forward-looking indicators it became clear the recession ends this summer. sometime between memorial day and labor day. we won't get the exact date for another year. >> the exact date won't matter to most people. >> that's history by then. here it's like what's going on? is it getting worse or better? definitely that trend you went over is shows us it's getting better. it doesn't mean it feels good and the recession is over at this moment because we're looking jobs. you actually have to grow jobs to say that you're in an expansion. >> you have a great map. you have a different map that i talked about unemployment rate, the percentage of people unemployed. yours is different. this talks about job gains or losses. take a look at this map and tell us what's going on. i think it looks terrible. the whole country is in decline, but for four states. >> the red tells you t
FOX News
Aug 8, 2009 8:00pm EDT
. president obama's personal physician for over 20 years, dr. david shiner will be with us, and pennsylvania's governor ed rendell, and world-renowned dr. david of ships. on our program tonight. we will cover every bit of information we can cover tonight. we hope you'll stay tuned for this important hour. [ applause ] >> mike: last week we asked you to send us your e-mails with healthcare -- healthcare concerns we will read them tonight and we want you to send us your questions drop the show tonight. send them to hotmail at foxnews.com. we will get to that later in the hour. i want to let you in on a little secret about why i am personally opposed to president obama's rush to get a government health care plan in place. let me say it is not personal opposition to president obama, and in fact it is not even political opposition because it's being pushed exclusively by deborah kratz. it's because of what i know about how government works, and how even good ideas go bad when they are put through the legislative process. i want to let you know i'm not a shill for turns companies. the
CSPAN
Aug 9, 2009 10:00am EDT
. . host: thank you for being with us. our two interviewers are here. let's start with david drucker. martinez. he announced he will resign early. we knew he would not run for reelection. can you give me a reaction to the announcement but also tell me if you feel this will complicate republican efforts to hold the seat in 2010, given that the governor of the state who has to make an appointment is checking into the laws and regulations how this works in florida. your reaction and how does this affect the election for you guys? guest: i had dinner with him last night and he told me about. the senate is full of people who have interesting stories. nobody has a better story than mel martinez. he came to cuba -- from cuba to the united states. his parents put on a point in havana. they did not know if they would see him again. he lived in a foster home. he finally got his parents their and broke many barriers as a lawyer, as a mayor, as a cabinet member, as a senator. he has been a wonderful contributor to public life. we will miss him. he told me his one regret is he is leaving
CBS
Aug 9, 2009 11:00am EDT
the commercial off the shelf capabilities to the be directed against us on the ground. >> it almost deminds me during the cold war, there was no communications, operations, and exercises. that would be interesting to conduct today when everyone is so dependent on all the energy on the spectrum. >> that's such a great point. the vice chief of staff of the army last year made that point. said we need to put into our exercises electronic warfare play. what happen when is you do that? we have to train in those environments environments that are spectrally independent so to speak. >> obviously it's not just an army issue. it's an issue for the u.s. military. >> absolutely. >> what has kept the services from coordinating with one another and coordinating with themselves. >> there's been a good effort the last few years, really the war started off a lot of it. it began what became a high school -- a hollistic command. these guys in the duke as it's called pull the services together. let's take a look at this. someone was digging in service by service. what you had. what was too much. got d
FOX News
Aug 9, 2009 6:00am EDT
, everybody. thanks for joining us early an a sunday morning. wish we had better news but we'll get to the developments of that plane crash in a minute. medical procedures. dr. mark siegel here to identify procedures. break down what that means, this healthcare plan. >> a pretty common one that you may be expecting to get done to you in the next few years. >> also some controversy you might say. a new study out from the financial times this week about the more women on boards of directors means a company's coffers may be less. the women on board of directors. first a company profit, one study says yes. allison -- >> i may take issue with this. >> based on u.s. businesses and legit. not one -- not a tiny little study out of a foreign country. >> 87,000 board of directors. >> i think boards of directors. >> we'll explain because there's also an up side to having women on the board. >> that too is debatable. >> in the meantime we need to tell but what happened yesterday. there's -- there was another plane crash over the hudson river here in new york with you this one ended tragically with
FOX News
Aug 9, 2009 1:00am EDT
years, dr. david shiner will be with us, and pennsylvania's governor ed rendell, and world-renowned dr. david of ships. on our program tonight. we will cover every bit of information we can cover tonight. we hope you'll stay tuned for this important hour. [ applause ] >> mike: last week we asked you to send us your e-mails with healthcare -- healthcare concerns we will read them tonight and we want you to send us your questions drop the show tonight. send them to hotmail at foxnews.com. we will get to that later in the hour. i want to let you in on a little secret about why i am personally opposed to president obama's rush to get a government health care plan in place. let me say it is not personal opposition to president obama, and in fact it is not even political opposition because it's being pushed exclusively by deborah kratz. it's because of what i know about how government works, and how even good ideas go bad when they are put through the legislative process. i want to let you know i'm not a shill for turns companies. the heavy-handed way they put profits ahead of patients is
CNBC
Aug 9, 2009 6:00am EDT
. it seems to me that it's come quite a ways. it might make sense to use some of your profits in citigroup to protect some of your profits. >> watching wells fargo? >> another name in the bank stocks. bearish activity in the next few days. options traders buying puts in september and october and of course going out and selling calls in august. what does that tell me? some of the rally is yet to hit all of the names in the bank -- wells fargo, what used to be a strong name, still trailing some of the banks there right now. but i do have to say, you take a look at all of the bank names and a lot of them had the sideways actions in the last three months and they're moving up and breaking out of that sideways action. you have to be very careful. it looks like the bank stocks are ready to move higher. >> you think that they're driving the gains that we've seen at this point. >> two emotions here. one emotion, two different times in the little market we've had in the last six months, february, january, march, fear caused the selling. fear of missing the potential bottom. who know ifs i
FOX News
Aug 9, 2009 7:00am EDT
were stopped there on me to mendel rivers, it was frozen, and they were with us chinese-korean guide others as well as another tv producer, an older man, a tv producer who got away. again i think the guide may have been an inside deal to position them in exactly the right place so north korea could get this party. >> clayton: this party so what is the payoff is to market elevates them on the world stage. many showing president clinton singer with kim jong-il and elevates -- people say this is exactly what he wanted. he wanted these national pictures. he wanted these photos. >> dave: it legitimizes him. >> clayton: it legitimizes him what the world sanctions and every thing else being rolled out to curb their nuclear program right now. >> dave: you almost wonder, the three american journalists who are now captive in iran, you wonder could this be a similar situation. shane bauer and two others still held in iran and no word on when they might potentially be coming home were no negotiations on that front either. >> alysin: coming up the remind me what's coming up and it's an important
HLN
Aug 9, 2009 1:00pm EDT
destruction in its wake. >>> hey, thanks for joining us on hln. i'm natasha curry. our top story, a fourth body discovered after a midair collision. a small plane collideed with a helicopter, both fell into the hudson river. new york mayor michael bloomberg says it's believed all of the nine people on both aircraft were killed. here is how witnesses described the crash. >> there was a plane, a small plane like a cessna cutting back towards new jersey side. helicopter heading southbound about 1100, 1200 feet. the plane rolled into the helicopter, hit the side of it of the helicopter went straight in the water. there was a poof of smoke and a bang. it went further down hit the water by the w hotel and came down, a couple of pieces. >> what did you think when you saw it. >> tragic, bad. you look up and you see all the planes going around here and it's hectic. unfortunately this thing happens. the fact that it does happen -- it doesn't happen more often is crazy. >> it was turning, went down first. about three, four seconds later, i saw the wing for helicopters. there's no wing for helicopters
HLN
Aug 9, 2009 7:00am EDT
targeted audience was shut out. >>> thanks for joining us. i'm natasha curry in today for susan hendricks. >>> our top story, the search is scheduled to resume this morning for the victims of a midair collision here in new york. a small plane collideed with a helicopter yesterday and both fell right spot hudson river. new york mayor michael bloomberg said it is believed that all nine people from the aircraft, both of them, were killed. a source close to the investigation tells us that four bodies have been recovered so far. now, this is how one witness described the crash. >> there was a plane, a small plane like a cessna cutting back towards new jersey side, helicopter heading southbound about 1100, 1200 feet. the plane rolled spot helicopter, hit the side of it. the helicopter went straight down the water. there was a poof of smoke and a bang. the plane hit and went down by the hotel, came down in a couple of pieces. >> a law enforcement source tells us the chopper wreckage was found in about 30 feet of water while the plane is believed to be even deeper. sonar has also identi
CNBC
Aug 8, 2009 8:00pm EDT
too much of a penalty. how long? just give us quickly. how long sit going to take for her score to get back to the 760 range? >> assuming she doesn't do it again, assuming the one late payment was truly atypical and it's an anomaly and she's not going to compound it by doing it again and again and again, 12 months, she should be fine. if she does that. her damage is in the past. >> all right, cheryl. keep that track record good and shiny and wonderful. thank you, john, old-timer, for joining us. >>> now from imagining your portfolio. what do we do with the mark-to-market rally. the s&p and nasdaq are trading at levels that we haven't seen since fall of last year. we're nearly 3,000 points over the market low during that rescissir recessi recession. is this a bubble? here to shed more light on the markets here's judy, the author of the emotion behind money. julie, really, the emotion has a lot to do with this, i think. the rally, now, it feels a licket like hope and happiness but makes me nervous. talk to me about it. >> it should make you nervous. you've got to make sure you're putting
CSPAN
Aug 9, 2009 1:00am EDT
our republican form of government. .. i would use the word powerhouses to describe the people on the panel table today. some of them are not household names but their names that carry significant weight in the conservative movement. at the far left is richard viguere. use considered the godfather of conservative direct mail and has created really the modern conservative movement by helping dozens and dozens of many of the leading conservative groups in the nation. bypass the media and machek to give donors to support cause that advocate for conservative principles. next to him is thomas phillips. thomas is a heavyweight conservative media. he is the founder of eagle international, which started with the 1,000-dollar investment newsletter business in 1974 and grew that to a newsletter business in the hundreds of millions of dollars in revenues. he is best known as the owner of the eagle publishing, which produces human events which rodham reagan said was his most favorite publication and tom has kept a true to the traditions of ronald reagan. at regnery books, which publishes best
CSPAN
Aug 8, 2009 11:00pm EDT
it is important for us not to spend all our energy focused on what is wrong with them. we developed an american solution, a fundamentally different approach, starting with the economy. we said, if you want american jobs at american growth and american business, here is a tax policy that will get you there. i challenge you to go out. i suspect virtually any economist will tell you that the policy i just outlined a break 50% reduction of social security and medical -- medicare tax, 12.5% corporate rate, you would have an explosion of economic growth in the united states. . . so they only count oil and natural gas. well, now it turns out we have a new technology in natural gas, we can drill down about 8,000 feet, we can then drill out horizontally four miles in every direction. the result is we're now discovering gas in shale and we have enormous quantities of gas. from western new york through western pennsylvania, through eastern ohio through west virginia and kentucky, all the way down across texas, there is this enormous deposit of natural gas, none of which we knew about five year
HLN
Aug 9, 2009 6:00pm EDT
the leash tied to that. that's what we are talking about here. taking your calls. erin is with us, georgia. go ahead. >> caller: yes. i feel like if she has lupus like she says she does, she wouldn't be able to drag this kid around. i think that's what happened to kids around here or around the world are going missing because parents are getting away with stuff in public now. >> we did talk to a doctor about that. she said yes, if there is a lupus pneumonia there is going to be a weakness. she understands she can't pick him up but also says to your point, erin, that would also have trouble dragging the kid around. that was her thought there. let's get another call in. penny is with us from utah. go ahead. >> caller: hi. my comb is i don't think she should serve any prison time. i think she just needs major parenting classes. >> i agree. >> caller: a whole bunch of them. my main concern is if i would have been there and that -- store she was at, she wouldn't have been dragging that kid past me. >> what would you have said? >> caller: i would have dragged the leash and got it away f
CBS
Aug 9, 2009 6:00pm EDT
industry which includes small planes and helicopters like the ones used by liberty tours. it found in 2007 and 2008 commercial air carriers had zero passenger deaths. in contrast, during that same period, there were 33 fatal on-demand accidents resulting in 109 deaths. incidents involving on-demand aircraft have happened in new york before. in 2006 yankee pitcher cory lidle and his flight instructor crashed into ayman mann high-rise and in 2005 another liberty tours helicopter splashed into the east river. all 7 aboard survived. >> while you saw the bulk of the helicopter wreckage being pulled out earlier today, researchers are still using sonar to try and find the bulk of the aircraft still in the water. and of course those two bodies as well. >> mitchell: let me ask you about these federal safety recommendations for these so-called on-demand aircraft companies. what you can tell us about though? >> reporter: well, you know, these recommendations, the ones that were made in july are only ecoing ones since 200 -- the faa's own subcommittee put out 14 different recommendations and very few
CSPAN
Aug 9, 2009 1:00pm EDT
before us president bill clinton. wheat were shocked, but we in new instantly in our hearts that the nightmare of our lives was finally coming to an end. and now we stand here, home, and free. euna lee and i would like to express our gratitude to president clinton and his wonderful and amazing team, including john podesta, justin cooper, and the united states secret service, who traveled halfway around the world to secure our release. we would also like to thank president obama, secretary clinton, vice president gore, who we also call "al." the swedish ambassador, the people at the u.s. state department, who worked so hard to win the release of their fellow americans, steve being and his crew and the dow company. i know i am for getting a bunch of instrumental people right now, forgive me if i am a little incoherent. to our loved ones, friends, colleagues, and to the complete strangers with the kindest of hearts, who showed us so much love, and sent us so many positive thoughts and energy, we thank you. we could feel your love all the way in north korea. it is what kept us going in t
FOX
Aug 9, 2009 4:00am EDT
income prospects. this is hardly new stuff, but many of us were hoping for just one more year of sizzling prices. but then i'm pretty sure i said the same thing the same time last year too. let's get started with the news. >> good morning, everyone. for the first time in more than 20 years, the value of prime american farm land has lowered. according to numbers just released, the value of farm real estate which includes all land and buildings sits at $22 an acre, that is down more than 3% and the first drop since 1987. it's important to note that this report is based on data as of january 1st so it does not reflect any market changes since the beginning of the year. >>> now looking at national cash rents averages, they rise more than 5%, sitting at $90 an acre. the big is all saw nice bumps. iowa alone, cash rent is $180 an acre. a correction like this shouldn't come as a surprise. >> we know from our own polling and looking at results that we have seen more weakness and the primary weakness was seen in the january, february, march period. but then the market got a little firmer
ABC
Aug 9, 2009 2:35am EDT
does it mean for the markets and your portfolio? joining us is the managing director and chief u.s. economist at deutsche bank. tom forrester is the manager of the forrester value fund. let me start with you. the jobs number showed clear improvement but it was still negative. what's your take on the numbers and when will we see positive jobs growth. >> the numbers were still lousy, down almost 250,000. where there ps glimmers of hope was largely in the factory work week. it rose .3%. that suggests inventory building. we also saw temporary hiring, still negative, the decline starting to slow. if we're lucky maybe we can get a positive payroll report before the year is over. >> we have seen a real improvement in the stock market. the major indices up 50% from their march lows. most of these earnings improfi s improvements due to cost cutting. when are companies going to actually start reporting sales improvements? >> you hit the question right on the head there. we don't expect to see real improvements in revenue growth probably until next year. that's our whole thesis right now is w
NBC
Aug 9, 2009 9:00am EDT
quiet on radar, but could see an isolated storm. you can see rain showers right now. for us, mostly sunny. temperatures in the mid-90s. it will be a hot one. tomorrow hotter. me call it oppressive. tuesday, we will continue to see the heat, of course. back to you. >> thank you. >>> now to the latest on the mid-air collision over the hudson river. police are back in the water searching for remains. nine people were killed in the crash in the sightseeing helicopter and small plane. that accident happened on a clear, summer day. michelle francis has the latest. >> reporter: drivers searched for the remaining victims until nightfall. in all, nine people died when a sightseeing helicopter and single engine aircraft collided midair at midday. and the ntsb on site and in charge of the investigation. so far they have only located the helicopter wreckage. the victims, a pilot and five italian tourists onboard the tourist helicopter, and on the plane, the pilot and two passengers, including a child. soon after the crash, officials say it was clear nobody could have survived. >> this has chang
FOX News
Aug 9, 2009 4:00pm EDT
for joining us and have a great weekend. >> gregg: this is a fox news alert. we're awaiting a news conference from the national transportation safety board. officials are expected to gi an update on the deadly midair collision over the hudson river. i'm gregg jarrett. >> julie: i'm julie banderas. the associated presses recording the police department has located wreckage from the small plane that slammed into a tour khp chopper yesterday. so far divers have pulled five bodies from the waters. another four are believed to be missing. they recovered a pete's sightseeing helicopter. three people aboard the plane have been identified as members of a pennsylvania family. laura ingle is in new jersey and joins us live with the latest on the recovery effort. >> we are getting word that the search for the small plane that has been going on all day long and they have found the small aircraft just a little north of where we witnessed the helicopter coming out, at least part of it a short time ago. we had dramatic type tape of when the dievsz found the plane using a large crane off a huge bo
CSPAN
Aug 8, 2009 11:00pm EDT
the extent the downturns like the current one calls us two, to the extent it shakes up the status quo, it causes us to reexamine our goals and priorities and that in itself tancretti enormous opportunities opportunities to reflect about what you really have in one of the things i'm going to do, i am going to convince you or certainly hope to convince you that by the end of my talk you are going to feel like one of the wealthiest people who has ever lived. you are one of the wealthiest people that is ever lived. you are so fortunate you make the powerball winners look like second-class citizens. you may not feel that way after the belly flop the real-estate market and stock market have recently done but i'm going to do my best to convince you otherwise. i want to start off by talking about one of the things that got us into this economic slump and that is something i call affluence up. it is a virus in society that causes people to warburton simm, try to live beyond their means and that in turn lead said that in the sidey and waste, causes stress and the stress leads to stomachaches, h
NBC
Aug 9, 2009 9:00am EDT
showers to the north of us still adding some humidity. downtown baltimore 74. 82 in ocean city and 76 out toward salisbury. partly cloudy. whenever we have this much heat and humidity, we run the risk of a late afternoon thunderstorm. 91 and 96. that's the thermometer. more of this is on the way, and we'll talk about your full seven-day forecast coming up. >> now on to our big story this morning. we're learning more about the victims of a carroll county plane crash. >> that plane went down yesterday morning at 7:30 near the keymar airport. we get the latest on the investigation from kim dacey. >> i heard him takeoff. everything seemed normal. >> saturday morning everything was but normal. the owner of keymar airport in carroll county got a visit from police telling him the plane he heard had crashed around 7:30 minutes after take-off in a field a quarter mile from the airport. >> troopers found this airplane in this field. two people on board. both deceased. the medical examiner pronounced them dead. >> i saw it was my friend. >> the victim, pilot 61-year-old robert kociemba of dav
CNN
Aug 9, 2009 7:00pm EDT
. and now, with the cash for clunkers program, a great deal gets even better. let us recycle your older vehicle, and you could qualify for an additional $3500 or $4500 cash back... on top of all other offers.. on a new, more fuel efficient chevy. your chevy dealer has more eligible models to choose from - more than ford, toyota, or honda. so save gas... and money... now during the chevy open house. go to chevy.com for details. >>> a journalist captured by the taliban is telling his story. he was facing what seemed like certain death until a top taliban commander spared his life. instead of killing him they thought they could get their message out. we warn you parts of this story is disturbing but no doubt compelling. stan grant reports from islamabad. >> reporter: this man knows how lucky he is to be alive. a man who has faced the taliban, was ordered to be executed and gained a chilling insight into the mind of the most wanted militant in pakistan's s.w.a.t. valley. >> i realized that now we are in the wrong place. >> reporter: it was may this year when the tv reporter and his cr
CSPAN
Aug 8, 2009 8:00pm EDT
her nomination. and join us next saturday at 7:00 p.m. eastern for "america and the courts." $ >> she will be the first latino american and only the third woman on the supreme court. you can watch all of the senator's speeches on judge sonia sotomayor and the vote at cspan.org. join us next week for "america and the courts," saturday evenings at 7:00 eastern on c-span. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2008] >> from the chicago public library, this is about an hour and a half. >> and now i think we're ready to begin. good evening, everyone. my name is mary demsey. it's my great pleasure to welcome you to the chicago public library for this very special program, "our histories and our stories. " first let me start by thanking juliana richardson and the history makers and g.g g. choza of roosevelt high school for telling these wonderful stories to us. we're delighted to have them here for this very, very special evening. of course, we're disietded to ee dr. henry lewis gates back here at the chicago hub library with rick hogan. it is an exciting night for us
CNN
Aug 9, 2009 1:00am EDT
. cnn's michael ware takes us eq most deadly drug cartels in the world and growing every day. >>> and getting an earful. yelling and screaming over health care, causing some people to end up in the slammer. the news starts right now. >>> hello, everyone. i'm don lemon. we have a lot to get to. but we start with breaking weather news. trind touched down in the twin cities. jacqui jeras has the latest. >> this has been going on 20 minutes now. we have reports in the minneapolis area. reports of touchdown in plymouth and mount and long lake. there are storm trackers continuing to follow this storm. if you live in new hope or crystal or brooklyn park, this storm is heading your way. no reports of damage, don. as we get more information, we're monitoring our affiliate care-11. >> jacqui jeras, we will check back. thank you very much. >>> we are also following breaking news out of new york city. divers will be back in the murky hudson river early tomorrow. they will resume the search for two downed aircraft and six missing bodies off the hoboken waterfront. a tourist helicopter and a small
HLN
Aug 8, 2009 8:00pm EDT
police department with the assistance of the fbi have located evidence that may, may bring us closer to finding out what happened. the evidence we've uncovered shows that there are suspicious circumstances regarding robert's disappearance. >> detectives say finding the body is the beginning of a brand new investigation. >> our system of justice demands that we focus on evidence. our investigative experience tells us that we cannot jump to conclusions. the police investigation into robert's disappearance continues and is very active. our priority remains in finding answers for robert's family and this community. >>> also, the mystery surrounding the sudden death of music icon michael jackson intensifies. questions still mount as to his sudden death and $500 million empire. after murder charges leveled in the death of jackson, his family publicly claiming he was murdered, multiple search warrants in vegas and houston. police seizing cell phone and computer hard drive images, vials of drugs, fed ex receipts, e-mails, rolodexs, scores of documents, all from jackson's private live-in doctor.
CNN
Aug 9, 2009 10:00am EDT
are trying to discredit legitimate dissent. joining us now to talk about the coverage is mark halpren for "time" magazine, and arthur of the blog "the page." and here in washington, anna marie cox a columnist for playboy magazine. mark, are the media playing off the loudest and angriest of these protesters to the point where it distorts what s what's on at most of these town hall meetings? >> yes, it distorts. i'm not an advocate for any position on the president's proposal, but i think this is something you have written about and seen for years. the lowest common denominator, people taking video, which is meaningless. yes, there should be discussion. dissent is fine. i don't care why the protesters are showing up, but this is a horrible breakdown of our media culture to allow people to go in with the intent to disrupt to become the story. the biggest issue in the health care debate, things like should there be a public plan, completely ignored by all of the media and crowded it out by stunts and gimmicks. >> anna marie, mark says this is a brick down in the ne a break down in the med
CNN
Aug 9, 2009 6:00am EDT
the hudson river. >> i was very shocked. i was screaming for a few seconds. then two of us, we started calling 911. >> reporter: the small plane with one pilot and two passengers, including a child, took off from new jersey's teterboro airport. five italian tourists lifted off for a tour in a helicopter. >> the helicopter headed southbound. that's 11, 1,200 feet. the plane rolled into the helicopter. hit the side it. the helicopter went straight down the water. there was a poof of smoke and bang. the plane went further down. >> reporter: italian tourists who stayed behind waiting for friends and family were stunned. >> they told me they have some relatives, not friends. we don't know anything because he asked if they are alive. >> what did they say >> nobody. >> were they crying? >>, no. very sad but they are not crying. >> reporter: the ntsb said just before the accident happened another pilot on the ground saw the plane approaching and tried to radio a warning to the helicopter pilot. >> there was no response from the pilot. he stated he saw the right-wing of the airplane contact the
NBC
Aug 9, 2009 5:00am EDT
the investigation. so far officials have only located the helicopter wreckage. >> they are using sonar to locate the airplane. the >> the victim a pilot and five italian tourists on board the helicopter. on the plane, two passengers including a child. soon after the crash, officials say it was clear no one could have survived. >> this has changed from a rescue to a recovery mission. >> it was a clear day with flying conditions nearly ideal. investigators say the helicopter owned by liberty tours took off from the manhattan heliport. the small plane departed from new jersey. witnesses say it appeared the plane clipped the helicopter's tail. >> it went right in, and it was a splash and it was completely submerged, and it was just like that, nothing else. >> refueling at the heliport he tried to warn his colleague. >> he radioed him and told him 1-liamia-hotel, you have a fixed wing behind you. there was no response from the pilot. >> the planes were flying below 1,000 feet and pilots are not required to maintain radio contact. normal operating procedure in this busy hudson river corridor
CBS
Aug 9, 2009 10:30am EDT
studio with us this morning. thank you very much for coming, general. you went to afghanistan back in june, you took reporter bob woodward along with the trip and afterwards he reported that you told the commanders there they would have to make due with what they had. yet every day brings a new report that general mccrystal, the top american commander on the ground there is preparing a new assessment and it appears that he is going to ask for more troops. we hear that from various people, anthony cardiff from ics is back from there and says we have set impossible goals. we set impossible time frames and you are going to have to have more resources. are you getting ready to consider putting more troops into afghanistan? >> we, first of all, it is a pleasure to be with you, thank you very much for having me. the fact is, and i get remarks on what the intention was, but the fact is, in march, we announced a very comprehensive strategy that everybody participated in, that strategy had essentially three legs, more security, followed by economic development, followed by better governance
CNN
Aug 9, 2009 1:00pm EDT
americans both at home and abroad, and still a woman of formative talent and drive. can she use all that to carve out a role, and what distinctive mark does she want to leave in her position of secretary of state? what is her vision for the world. these are some of the questions i asked her in nairobi, kenya. so let's get started. >> madam secretary, thank you very much for taking time out of this very hectic schedule to spend it with us. >> thank you, fareed. thank you for coming to nairobi for this opportunity. >> it's my pleasure. north kwor korea. tell us a little more about it. president clinton comes back. he spends three hours talking to the leader of korea. what is his impression? >> we're going to get a full briefing, which we really haven't had a chance to get. >> have you spoken to him on the phone? >> i have spoken to him, but i have a habit of not talking about what i talk to my husband about, but i think we'll hear more about it in the next days and weeks, to share his impressions along with other members of his delegation. obviously, what we're hoping is that maybe wi
NBC
Aug 9, 2009 6:30pm EDT
for us again this evening. he joins us from hoboken on the new jersey side of the river with the latest. jeff? >> reporter: lester, good evening to you. along the hudson river on the jersey side, and it's been tough for investigators and drivers today because the wreck tge itself keeps moving around under the water. the current is strong. they need that debris to recon struget the accident and put all this together. tonight investigators are using side scan sonar equipment and they're making progress. in the shadow of the empire state building, the grim search for bodies and debris. investigators recovered both today. more victims pulled from the hudson, along with a charge chunk of the sightseeing helicopter. lifted to the surface with a giant crane. >> the helicopter sustained significant damage. they are going to be conducting further examination of the wreckage to determine what pieces might be missing. >> reporter: we're learning more about the midair collision and how it happened. the crash that killed nine people leaving debris scattered in the water. the single engine pip
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